Vidyasthali School Mango Fest

Mango Day: As the Malihabad Dussehri gets less and less visible, the youngest in Vidyasthali hold on to its magical flavour. On Mango Day the students of Prep and Nursery enjoyed slurpy mango juices, sang rhymes in honour of the fruit, drew and coloured images of their ‘Khaas Aam’. They also tasted the other varieties and enjoyed different flavours. Students wore outfits in the varied hues of yellow, green and orange. It was indeed a fulfilled day for the teenie boppers!
Swasth Mansikta aur Samajik Jaagrookta humara lakshya. So, determined in their efforts to resolve social issues and change mindsets … Vidyasthali students present their perception of Together We Win. With great confidence, they expressed the theme with tremendous elan. The social issues of eve-teasing, throwing of garbage, gender inequality, to standing up for equal rights…. every move…every action of the dancers symbolised confidence and determination to rise up against injustice firmly believing in the age-old saying-Unity is Strength.

Day Care at The Prep School

The Prep school provides full day care programme for children between the age group of 8 months to 9 years.

The full day care program has been designed to provide a facility for parents who would like to see their child be comfortable and safe, while they are at their workplaces. It allows mothers to return to their workplaces without compromising on the quality of care and love their little ones get. We strive to ensure that we provide a safe, healthy and nurturing space for children to learn and grow.

Fee Schedule

Timings

Fees

8:00 am – 6:00 pm (Full Day)

Rs 5500/- per month

12:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Half Day)

Rs 3500/- per month

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Rs 2500/- per month


Rules And Regulations

  • Age Group 9 months to 8 years
  • Registration Fee  – Rs 2000/- + Rs 500/- Security (Refundable)
  • Fee has to be paid before the 1st of each month.
  • A late Fee of Rs 30/- per day will be charged after the 1st.
  • Late pick-up per half-an-hour is Rs 100/-
  • Day Care opens from Monday – Saturday.
  • Saturday Timings : 8:00 am -2:00 pm ( 3rd  Saturday will be closed.).

 

* Children issues/ problems at the Day Care are dealt with care, concern and affection.

* Parents are welcome to participate in the children’s activities at the centre.

* Any kind of queries, apprehensions, complaints or suggestions are to be directed to the Coordinator.  The Coordinator will promptly attend to the queries/ concerns.

*All activities will be scheduled and carried out in a routine manner.  However, the deviation can occur if the need arises.

* Birthday celebrations can take place in the Day Care. Eats and crockery to be provided by the parents. Only parents, Grand-parents and siblings are allowed in the celebration.

* The Day Care working hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

* Parents are requested to pick up their child latest by 6 p.m. However, an unavoidable delay by 5 mins. is acceptable – if it goes beyond, then a late pick-up of fee Rs 100/- per half an hour will be levied.

Checklist

  • Change of clothes.
  • Extra Diapers for diaper babies.
  • One hand towel.
  • Kindly write the name of the child on all the clothes, towel, bag, water bottles and tiffin, etc.
  • A small kit with a comb, any cream or talc the child is using.

Meals

  • Parents are requested to provide food & snacks for children. An evening snack like biscuit/ fruit will be provided by us.
  • Clean RO drinking water is available. Drinking water bottles have to be provided by the parents.
  • Feeding bottles and water bottles for babies to be sterilized at home.
  • Toddlers and babies will be fed by the Care givers. And, at the same time toddlers will be encouraged and helped to eat independently.
  • In case, any kind of food spoilage is detected by us, we will notify the parents and provide something, on request.

Food Schedule

  1. Breakfast
  2. Pre Lunch snack
  3. Lunch
  4. Evening snacks

Medical

  • It is compulsory for parents to apprise the Coordinator about health issues, if any.
  • If the child is suffering from any communicable diseases such as viral fever, common cold, chicken pox, measles, etc.  He/ She must not be sent to the Day Care in the interest of other children.
  • We are ready to administer prescribed medicines to children, as per written instructions of the parents and a copy of the prescription.
  • Please inform the Day Care if your child is suffering from any allergies.
  • The parents will be informed if the child is running temperature. Medicine (Paracetamol) will be administered only on parent’s permission. The child must be picked up from the Day Care within an hour of intimidation.

Pick Up

The child will be handed over only to his/ her parents or someone who has been authorized by parents to pick up. In case a new person is sent to pick up the child. We should be notified well in advance.

 

Jashn-e-Bachpan celebrates the spirit of childhood

Study Hall Junior School organized JASHN-e-BACHPAN, a two day extravaganza in which the students of many prominent schools of the city took part very enthusiastically. As the name suggests, the highlights of the festival was the celebration of childhood. in order to make it to fun filled event, a plethora of interesting

activities awaited the young participants. some of these were Verse-e-style (Poem Enactment). Turn-O-Turn (Relay of Language Skills). Math “Pi“rets(Treasure Hunt), Burst of chlorophyll(Foliage Decoration) and Kaleidoscope  (Designing of Selfie Frame)
It was truly delightful to see the young minds at work, showcasing their talents.

Special children perform at Jash e Bachpan

As part of our ongoing programme of integration Dosti /Study Hall School junior section organized a two day inter school fest of various cultural and fine arts activities. Group dancing, singing, fancy dress with a message on Swatch Bharat, puzzle making, drawing/colouring and plasticine modeling were the activities. Five local special schools participated along with the students of  Dosti. The participating schools were:

  • Navdeep Vishith School
  • Asha Awwa
  • Asha Jyoti
  • Pyssum
  • Bal Bharti
  • DOSTI

Every child who participated was awarded a certificate of participation. The winners were awarded medals. The children had a gala time and enjoyed themselves thoroughly.

Ananya Chopra Class- II – Kahein Kahani (Story Telling)

Special children hog the limelight in theatre festival-Natyotsav

Special children from Study Hall School’s DOSTI section performed a rib tickling play ‘Prayaschit’.  Speaking during the inaugural ceremony president and CEO of the Study Hall Education Foundation said that theatre plays a very important part in a child’s development. This was followed by a  play Mai Savitri Bai Phule by Prerna Girls and Boys School was staged.
The last and final presentation of the first day of the two-day event was court martial performed by Study Hall School’s children. On Saturday the highlight will be the play being performed by the children of rural school – Vidyasthali School. The plays were staged at the Valmiki Rangshala at Sangeet Natak Academy.
The highlight of the second and final day of Natyotsav was the play – Sita Apaharan Case –  staged by the children of Vidyasthali School from Malihabad. The second event of the day was a dance by the children of Study Hall School’s Centre for Learning titled Wajood ki Talaash. Varsha Geet by the Prerna Girls School students and other performances by Study Hall School also marked the day.
The inaugural address was given by Dr. Urvashi Sahni while eminent theatre personality Raj Besaria was the chief guest. Speaking during her inaugural address    Dr. Sahni said that theatre makes us realise the troubles others go through. It makes us empathise.

Study Hall center for learning class XII result 2017

Study Hall center for learning class XII result 2017 is 100%. Total 21 students appered in class XII examination and all of them got pass with distinction marks.

Highlights
School Average : 79%
Min. Percentage : 68%
Highest Percentage : 90%

Subject wise statistics
Average% Highest%
English – 72 91
DE – 91 98
M.com – 78 84
Painting – 90 98
Economics – 69 86
Business studies – 56 71
Accounts – 56 85
Sociology – 52 58
Home Science – 73 85
Law – 63 78
Pol. Science – 52 58

Study Hall School students once again prove how strong they are in Humanities

Study Hall School students once again shone in the CBSE class 12 results. Abhilaksh Verma (humanities) topped the school rankings with 96.2% while Ruma Agarwal with 95.2 marks stood second. Katyayani Raghuvanshi (humanities) and Satvik Rastogi (commerce) with 95.2% marks stood a joint third.The school’s average percentage stood at 82.2%
Abhilaksh Verma (96.2) Ruma Agarwal (95.4) Katyayani Raghuvanshi95. 2 Satvik Rastogi 95. 2

 

India’s Daughters Campaign enters the ‘Mango Belt’

Taking India’s Daughters Campaign 2017 to the rural areas of Lucknow, the Study Hall Educational Foundation’s Vidyashali School in Mahilabad organized an Awareness March against child marriage on May 17, 2017. The students of Vidyasthali participated in the march which started from the school and covered thoroughfare areas neighboring village Saliamau.

A street play – Bal Vivah Ghulami Hai - against child marriage was also staged at four different locations during the match.

Over 200 community members signed the petition against child marriage as part of the signature campaign.

This awareness march was preceded by a series of critical dialogues with the Vidyasthali students to build a deeper understanding of the detrimental social norms and to question malpractices like child marriage. Post these discussion children prepared placards and banners to take out in the community and also drafted the script for the street play which was staged during the march.

The procession made stops at local mosques and temples collected signatures of Faith Leaders on a pledge against child marriage.

Parents of Prerna Girls School pledge against child marriage

The Panel Discussion / Parents Orientation Program on Child Marriage being organised Prerna Girls School as part of the India’s Daughters Campaign started with Street play titled – Baal Vivah Ghulami Hai.

During the program, the parents of newly inducted 150 Prerna girls were being sensitized about the perils of Child Marriage after which they signed a pledge that states they will not marry their girls before the age of 18.

The panel discussion in child marriage began with two Prerna alums. One of the Prerna alum who was married off very young said that had she not been married she would have been educated and had a job like other Prerna Girls.

Another Prerna Girls, Nidhi shared how she shunned child marriage and pursued her education. She is now a special educator and is supporting her family.

Babita Singh, DySP, Women Powerline 1090 also spoke with the students and sensitized them about the perils of child marriage. Shae also said that after 18 forced marriage should also be stopped.

Rangoli Kashyap, a student of Prerna Girls School shared how one of her friends who was 13 years old was going to get married. She tried to stop it by talking to her parents but did not succeed. Then she informed the police and stopped her marriage. As a result, two people were also arrested on the day of the marriage.

Suraj, a student of Prerna Boys School shared how one of his brothers was subject to child marriage. His first child died also because of lack of care. He also shared how his brother is still having trouble making ends meet as he is uneducated.

Dr. Urvashi Sahni raised a potent question that does parents who are pro child marriage not love their children.

A parent also came forward to share that she was married at 13 years and now her husband is no more. She is struggling to raise her only girl and despises child marriage.

She also added that a girl should be able to choose her own life partner after the function the parents also signed a pledge against child marriage.